It's Episode 44 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog.
This week starts off in morbid fashion as we acknowledge the deaths of some important people, both in the film industry and outside of it, before we look ahead to Kimberly Peirce's remake of "Carrie," which triggers guilt in Pete over his lack of appreciation of Julianne Moore on the podcast. Things get more cheerful when we get to the reviews, which include the leafy family offering "The Odd Life of Timothy Green," and Harmony Korine's colourful "Spring Breakers." We get gritty with the Aaron Eckhart-led "The Expatriate" while Pete goes it alone for British drama "All Things To All Men," before the toil of "A Late Quartet" strikes too many chords for one of us. And then we round everything off with a discussion of supernatural thriller "Dark Skies," where once again actor Josh Hamilton gets mistaken for somebody else. He must have one of those faces...
Opening Segment: Talking about the week's news: the deaths of Margaret Thatcher, Roger Ebert, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, and Richard Griffiths, and the premiere of the new "Carrie" trailer [2:10 - 14:05]
"The Odd Life of Timothy Green"
"All Things To All Men"
"The Expatriate" (aka "Erased")
"A Late Quartet"
[22:05 - 1:03:15]
Closing Segment: Our take on Scott Stewart's "Dark Skies," and our top one-scene cameos, as inspired by J.K. Simmons [1:03:20 - 1:16:25]
*Shag, Marry or Kill?*
*The Watson Factor*
*The Poupaud Range*
Outro Music: Lloyd Cole & the Commotions, "Cut Me Down"